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Adult Education and Family Literacy Week 2017

National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week raises awareness about the need and value of adult education and family literacy in order to leverage resources to support access to basic education programs for the 36 million U.S. adults with low literacy skills. Advocates across the country use this opportunity to elevate adult education and family literacy nationwide with policymakers, the media, and the community. For 2017, National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week will be celebrated September 24-30. 

Adult Education and Family Literacy Week: Care to Join Us?

Jennifer Leach, Assistant Director at the FTC’s Division of Consumer and Business Education, which received a 2016 Literacy Leadership Award from the National Coalition for Literacy last night, published this blog post on the FTC’s site on Monday: It’s Adult Education and Family Literacy Week. It’s a time to raise public awareness about the importance of both things adult education and family literacy and the 36 million adults in the US with low literacy skills. The FTC has a consumer…

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Tell Us About Your Plans for Adult Education and Family Literacy Week

National Adult Education and Family Literacy week (AEFL week) is coming the week of September 26th! AEFL week is an initiative that aims to raise public awareness about adult education and family literacy. The goal is to provide more resources and access to the 36 million individuals in the U.S. who need education or literacy help. Agencies all around the country use this as a time to advocate for adult education and family literacy to policy makers, the media, and their own…

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National Adult Education & Family Literacy Week

National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week raises public awareness of adult education and family literacy, assists adult learners in need of literacy services, leverages local resources, and supports increased access to adult education and family literacy programs. Advocates across the country use this opportunity to elevate adult education and family literacy nationwide with policymakers, the media, and the community.

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